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Tucker Ellis Continues to Expand Its National Full-Service IP Practice

April 2015
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Six attorneys, three paralegals, and three staff members join us from the Meyer IP law firm in San Francisco.

Tucker Ellis LLP is pleased to announce the continued growth of its national
full-service intellectual property group through the addition of six attorneys, three paralegals, and three staff members from the Meyer IP law firm in San Francisco, California.

The attorneys joining Tucker Ellis include Sheldon Meyer, Karl Kenna, and Iain McAusland as Counsel, and Michael Robbins, Chad Tian, and Michael Adelsheim as Associates.

“This latest addition to our IP team brings even more high-level skill sets and
in-demand disciplines to our firm, particularly in the computer science and technology fields,” said Tucker Ellis Managing Partner Joe Morford. “These lawyers enjoy terrific client relationships doing very high-level work, and it’s great how they are as excited as we are about our ongoing strategic growth of our national IP practice.”

Tucker Ellis’s intellectual property group has expanded significantly over the past 18 months, adding top-level talent in prosecution, licensing, Internet law and IP litigation in Cleveland, Los Angeles and San Francisco. “Our national
full-service IP group continues to strengthen and expand, in sync with our strategic plan,” said Intellectual Property Group Chair Jay Campbell. “The addition of the team from Meyer IP further expands our areas of high-end expertise, broadens our client base, and adds to our depth nationwide.”

“This is an exciting time for our team as we join Tucker Ellis,” added new Counsel Sheldon Meyer. “Our IP clients include some of the most innovative companies in Silicon Valley and around the world. With the breadth of talent that Tucker Ellis provides, our clients will now enjoy access to a wide range of legal services that best address their current and future needs.”

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